3 participants from each partner will be invite to attend the TC
The TC visit will bring together more than 35 youth workers, 2 facilitators and 2 staff from 10 EU and WB countries for 8 days. In the training we aim to explore the three interrelated aspects of citizenship: status, rights and responsibilities combined with four dimensions of citizenship: political, social, economic and cultural. We all share the same values as Europeans and all should be responsible as citizens for constructing a democratic society and for the present and the future development of Europe where everyone dignity and rights should be respected.
Non-formal education that we will use during the TC shall raise better understanding about being active
citizen, diversity, tolerance, human rights and shall increase the capacity of young people to work as
multiplier in their country; to consolidate the experience that already exist and develop new ideas and
TC will be used different exercises combination of individual and team work, learner-centered ways,
theoretical inputs and exercises. At the same time, we will leave space for them to act, to practice what they
Other methods used: debate, small working groups, role play, brainstorming, individual reflection, short
videos, wall writing etc. Every participant will reflect on learning outcomes of the day, reflect on knowledge
they gained, skills they improved and attitudes and share with other participants and trainers.
During the project we will collect examples of good practice in European citizenship training – this will
inform our outputs (European Citizenship Good Practice Guide for Western Balkans).